Sunday, 5 October 2014

LOVE LIFE and DEATH...?




What if you met an angel (the angel of death), broad minded and meant to be grey haired pretty, who straight on pushes you to the edge, much more closer to the achromatic age with skin to blood communication. Sure, once upon every time, a young gun thought of engaging such fair whole, it wouldn't be just a scintillating test for you but a bone deep haunting gore, awakening your inner weird entity from nothing, to something and swiftly into oblivion.

The beauty in her would soar to tame the bear beast in you, she would challenge you with live wrecking questions, questions you scarcely ponder, your depleted pleasure  gruesomely obvious now. She would please your soul, as in many a walk of life, a conscience is a more expensive encumbrance than a lover or a carriage. Knowledge always demands increase; it is like fire, which must first be kindled by some external agent, but will afterwards always propagate itself, so is death. 

Your response was that of seeking heights of bitter joy and surrounding to the engulfing realms of death. She motioned... let the world join you in this quest. Could you answer her quests? So often death sounds unusual to make us forget such fateful questions life demands. 

HOW OFTEN DO YOU THINK ABOUT YOUR OWN DEATH?

Very often
Frequently
Occasionally 
Rarely
Never

HAS THERE BEEN A TIME IN YOUR LIFE WHEN YOU WANTED TO DIE?

Yes mainly because of great physical pain
Yes mainly because of great emotional upset
Yes mainly to escape an intolerable social or personal situation 
Yes mainly because of great embarrassment 
Nay

WHAT DOES DEATH MEAN TO YOU?
The end or final outcome of existence
The beginning of a life after death: a transition or new beginning 
A joining of the spirit with a universal cosmic consciousness or being
A kind of endless sleep: rest and peace

WHAT ASPECTS OF YOUR OWN DEATH ARE THE MOST DISTASTEFUL TO YOU?

No longer have any experience 
Afraid of what might happen in the life after death
Afraid of what may happen to my body
No longer provide for my family
The act of dying might be painful or undignified

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR BODY TO BE DISPOSED OF?

Burial
Cremation 
Donation to science
Embalmed 

WHAT KIND OF FUNERAL WOULD YOU PREFER?
As large as possible
Small
Not bothered

ARE THERE PEOPLE WHO YOU WOULD LIKE WITH YOU WHEN YOU DIE?

To be born free is an accident; To live free a responsibility; To die free is an obligation and there is a remedy for everything; it is called death.

You had answers but rather shared a strange tear just from one conscious eye. You can be a king or a street sweeper,  but everybody dances with the Grim Reaper. She groaned into your soul and touched your rhythmic threshold with a kiss of endless sensation, she really meant, the hour when you cease to exist does not itself bring death; it merely of itself completes the death process. You reach death at that moment, but you have been a long time on the way.

With pleasure would you bravely conquer her with your last breath that death is the only inescapable, unavoidable, sure thing. You are sentenced to die the day you're born, so be it.